Category Archives: motivation
Earlier this summer, I had the pleasure of visiting a small museum dedicated to Seamus Heaney. Located in Bellaghy in Ulster, “home” place is exactly the right term for this very special place. Museums don’t have to be large to … Continue reading
In the last month, I’ve had the privilege of leading a class entitled “writing in all forms.” This class meets once a week for five weeks and there are three five-week sessions every year. On Tuesday next, I will complete … Continue reading
Finding a writing practice can be a challenge for all sorts of reasons. Many of us have full-time jobs, families, other responsibilities that have nothing to do with writing. Sometimes, if our full-time jobs involve writing, we come home “written … Continue reading
As with many other artistic endeavors, many of our connections are reciprocal. We may “write alone,” but we share and share alike. My late mother used to call it “taking in each others’ washing.” In our social media age, reciprocity is … Continue reading
Here’s the link to the podcast of my interview with Renee Hand: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/storiesfromunknownauthors/2015/02/26/interview-with-aline-soules-for-evening-sun-a-widows-journey Such fun! Thank you, Renee.